Sprayer Outlet is your one stop shop for pump sprayers. We carry a wide variety of sprayers that are sure to meet any spraying need.We carry sprayers that well as a deck sprayer, garden sprayer, or chemical sprayer.
How do I service my sprayer?
Servicing your sprayer is highly recommended before the beginning of every spraying season. The sprayer is serviced by lubricating the pump several times before use. Drop 8-10 drops of a lightweight, high quality oil around where the handle goes into the pump. You may also take the pump apart and coat the O-ring with a layer of petroleum jelly. Servicing your sprayer each year will ensure hassle free spraying all season long!
If I have leftover chemicals, can I leave them in my sprayer tank after use?
No. You cannot safely store chemicals in the tank. The sprayer tank should be thoroughly flushed after every use with water. Any leftover chemicals should be returned to and stored in the original container.
How do I pressurize my sprayer?
Pressurizing your sprayer is easy. All you need to do is pump the handle up and down several times until it becomes difficult to pump.
Different Types of Sprayers
- Hose sprayers - fit at the end of a garden hose and make between 1-15 gallons of spray, depending on the model. Popular with the home gardener.
- Tank sprayers - can be used in any part of the garden because they are self contained. These sprayers make between 1-3 ½ gallons of spray. Most are pressurized, which makes spraying easier.
- Slide sprayers - tubular like sprayers with a sliding, trombone like movement. These sprayers are accurate and easy to operate. The end of the sprayer is dipped into a container of mixed spray and the spray is applied using a hand pump action.
- Hand pump sprayers - these sprayers make a pint of spray up to a quart. They are best for small jobs, such as spraying one rosebush.
- Hand dusters - these hand action dusters dispense powdered chemicals for small jobs where only a very small amount of product is needed.